Forskolin Review Video – Blood Pressure, Weight Loss, Tan (Dr. Oz) – In depth review of Forskolin. Find out what it is, the dosage and any side effects. See how Frskolin relates to blood pr…


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32 Responses to “Forskolin Review Video – Blood Pressure, Weight Loss, Tan (Dr. Oz)”

  1. cans you guys do a review on nimbus nutrition reform? contains forskolin
    and relora

  2. Great review Guys, Thank You!
    I don’t know if you’ve done any updates on this subject, but here is Dr.
    OZ’s recommendation for dosage with a link to his page. Dose: 125mg daily
    taken in the morning. BE SURE the label states that the product is
    “Standardized at 20%” or higher. Here’s the source…

  3. A good dosage is 25mg of forskolin or forslean 2x a day. I’ve seen
    excellent results with this product. Stack it with a 500mg green tea
    extract 3x a day, Sesamin, and aceytl-l-carnitine at 3,000mg a day and the
    fat will start to melt off.

  4. Reply April 19, 2014 at 11:37 pm


  5. great review

  6. Jennifer Holloway Reply April 20, 2014 at 12:21 am

    @BestPriceNutrition Thanks for responding. I asked because the forskolin I
    bought only has ‘guaranteed 3.85 mg of forskolin’ and since the brand you
    referenced has 10mg – I wanted to get that brand instead next time.

  7. Can it cause anxiety?????

  8. Reply April 20, 2014 at 12:37 am

    not sure as you really should not fell anything from it, perhaps this
    particular product has caffeine or something added to it.

  9. Reply April 20, 2014 at 12:57 am

    @MisterMannerisms much of the research on cissus quadrangularis has been on
    hemorrhoids and it’s ability to relieve pain most likely from the anti
    inflammatory effect. However the research is far from conclusive as more
    well designed studies in humans need to be done. Bottom line is the jury is
    still out. Hopefully it is the source of your pain relief. Hope this helps,
    thanks for watching.

  10. Reply April 20, 2014 at 1:25 am

    It is likely a coincidence, you can take stims w/ it. It is used as an
    ingredient in some fat burners. Hope this helps.

  11. Alexander Boivin Reply April 20, 2014 at 1:31 am

    they dont even lift

  12. Can you stack this with another fat burner like OxyElite Pro?

  13. Reply April 20, 2014 at 2:10 am

    not that we are aware of, it is an ingredient sometimes used in fat burners
    for it’s ability to lower BP.

  14. I heard you say that it will darken the skin. well, I am african american
    and I am really thinking about using Forskolin. If I take it orally will it
    still darken my skin?

  15. Reply April 20, 2014 at 2:38 am

    be sure to make sure you get a good extract at least standardized to 15% or
    you will need to take a lot of pills to reach the proper dose. Thank you
    for watching.

  16. Is forskolin a good product to use to bulk up and gain weight for football
    with proper weight training and dieting? Also is this safe to use while
    also taking creatine?

  17. At :56 did you say vagina? lol

  18. Walgreens doesn’t even sell this.

  19. MisterMannerisms Reply April 20, 2014 at 3:28 am

    I appreciate what you said about research of these herbs. Over the past few
    months I have been taking SuperCissus by USPlabs. My brother is a doctor
    and said he hardly could find any research on it. That being said, I take
    it and my arthritis issues go away! Whether from working out or playing the
    bass, my wrists get taxed. When I go off of it, within a few days…ouch! I
    know it is anecdotal but this product has done for me what Glucosamine is
    supposed to do, but never did. Any thoughts?

  20. i totally misread the title…

  21. Reply April 20, 2014 at 4:09 am

    sorry for the delayed reply we are playing catch up. The same compound
    melanin is responsible for skin color independent of race. That being said
    the darkening of skin is really not significant so you likely would not
    even notice. Hope this helps.

  22. Thanks much for this.

  23. Reply April 20, 2014 at 4:48 am

    @bluetulip21 it can’t lower it beyond the mechanisms your body has in place
    to counter it. Your body wants to maintain homeostasis (balance) and as a
    reuslt has mechanism to counteract things if they go too far one way.

  24. I just started taking forskolin but am noticing I am extremely tired from
    it, not sure if that is the case or if its coincidence? Also was wondering
    can I take oxyelite pro with it? Thanks.

  25. Reply April 20, 2014 at 5:33 am

    yes you can as it is not a stimulant and would not have an antagonistic
    effect on any of the ingredients in OEP. Hope this helps

  26. They recommanded taking 125mg. Every day at breakfast.

  27. Reply April 20, 2014 at 6:17 am

    Thank you for the kind words and watching.

  28. Reply April 20, 2014 at 6:47 am

    @54rein no Fucothin is made with a different ingredient, fucoxanthin.,
    that’s not to say it’s bad rather it’s just different and is more used for
    fat loss. Hope this helps.

  29. I saw this on Dr. Oz but when I went to my vitamin store to buy it, they
    had what they claimed was a similar product called “Fucothin” Does anyone
    know if these two are basically the same?

  30. moniquelunsford1 Reply April 20, 2014 at 7:20 am

    I just started taking Forskolin and DHEA 25 today. The brand is
    Cardiovascular Research Ltd. The directions say take one or two a day and
    there are 250mg per serving of ForsLean ((Coleus forskohlii) 10% Forskolin)
    with 50 mg of N-acetyl-L-Tyrosine. Is this dosage too much? …and how long
    does it take for someone on average to see results from taking it?

  31. Reply April 20, 2014 at 7:50 am

    it is safe w/ creatine however it is not something that is going to help
    you bulk up. We have a vid on how to gain weight / how to build muscle that
    you may find helpful.

  32. Does anyone know if it’s safe to take a test booster (Hexatest), fat burner
    (Lipo-6 Black Ultra Concentrate), and Forskolin at the same time? I also
    use Myofusion protein 2-3 times a day, depending on whether or not I
    workout and Size-On intra-workouts. I just don’t want to combine anything
    that could potentially be dangerous. Any info would be appreciated, thanks

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